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Adidas apologizes after email congratulates customers for 'surviving' Boston Marathon

Adidas apologizes after email congratulates customers for 'surviving' Boston Marathon At least two bombing survivors, Patrick Downes and Marc Fucarile, participated in this year's race. Athletic clothing company Adidas issued an apology through Twitter after sending an email that some considered to be insensitive. The email also included the phrase, "You're Boston Strong, what's next?" The email in question arrived bearing the subject line: "Congrats, you survived the Boston ... Continua a leggere...

Second source claims Chelsea now favourites to sign defender, realistic Conte option

Spurs fans responded to the news that Terry will be leaving London rivals at the end of the season by claiming that King was a better defender during his playing career. As news of John Terry's impending exit from Chelsea broke, former teammate, at club and country level, Frank Lampard paid glowing tribute to the former Blues skipper. Continua a leggere...

Leicester hopeful of Morgan return for Atletico clash

Leicester hopeful of Morgan return for Atletico clash Leicester captain Wes Morgan will have a late fitness test before Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final second leg with Atletico Madrid. The English champions now face what has arguably been the toughest challenge in European football over the past few seasons, and one that both Bayern Munich and Barcelona have struggled with in the past few seasons. Continua a leggere...

Ghana's Sulley Muntari injures Juventus star Dybala ahead of Barcelona clash

Ghana's Sulley Muntari injures Juventus star Dybala ahead of Barcelona clash Barcelona has already pulled off a seemingly impossible comeback to stay alive in the Champions League. "This is similar to the PSG match but in theory we need to score fewer goals ". "The lads did well to win today, but we had to manage the game better and not waste our energy". Madrid now sit at the top of the table with a three-point lead and one game in hand. Continua a leggere...

LB Tulloch to announce retirement with Lions

LB Tulloch to announce retirement with Lions Tulloch was an undersized middle linebacker (5-foot-11, 230 pounds) who cut short his college career at North Carolina State by one year in order to enter the NFL. His foundation raised money for Detroit Public Schools and also assisted families that are dealing with cancer. Tulloch also helped to build a school in Negril, Jamaica for pre-kindergarten children. Continua a leggere...

'Realistic' Bilic makes key admission on West Ham dogfight

However, in extreme duel against the "Manchester City" "Gunners" have shown a good game, earning one point. "In the first half we had to be patient and not to make a mistake but in the second half our technical superiority made a difference - and at the end of the day it was a convincing win". Continua a leggere...